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The chickens love visitors and the children are fascinated by them them and their coop!

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This is an herb spiral, in which you plant drought hardy plants at the top and water-thirsty plants at the bottom.

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from The Empowered Educator

Sustainability - How can Early Years Educators show evidence of embedded practice

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from Homestead & Gardens

11 Greens You Can Grow All Winter (that definitely aren’t kale

When there's less light - grow leafy greens. Try some of these: pea greens/shoots, agretti, American (land) cress, mache, arugula, salad burnet, non-bulbing fennel...

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We have used recycled milk bottles and packing foam edges to update our outdoor waterplay area. Using recycled materials within the program allows children to think about sustainability and ways they can help the environment. Quality area 3.3.1 - Sustainable practices are embedded in service operations. - Gowrie Victoria

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Shocking Facts about Factory Farming vs Sustainable Farming - The Urban Ecolife | The Urban Ecolife
from The Urban Ecolife

Shocking Facts about Factory Farming vs Sustainable Farming

Shocking Facts about Factory Farming vs Sustainable Farming - The Urban Ecolife | The Urban Ecolife

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from Jerry James Stone

How Much Water & Energy It Takes to Make Wine

www.infographicbox.com #INFOGRAPHIC Turning Water and Energy Into Wine: Here’s a taste of how much water and energy it takes to make wine, and how sustainable practices can dramatically reduce wine’s water and energy footprint for a bright and delicious future.

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Raising rainbow trout commercially is a profitable alternative to conventional agriculture that can be practiced with very little land, provided that water conditions in the facility and the care and feeding of the trout are properly maintained.data-pin-do=

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